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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Sure! See the Canuck here:
http://instagram.com/p/yWWPsUKTys/

And Cossack here:
http://instagram.com/p/yNuoVMqT-T/

I'm not positive, but I think the prices are a bit higher than other sources. I think a Himel jacket runs around $1300-1800. Still, love those two styles.

Thanks. Yes, they are still in the $1500+ range. Not sure they are CXL; however, I don't think Dave is a fan of it. I do think he makes beautiful jackets.
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

So, the Steerhide Canuck jacket that Himel Bros. has up on IG is just CXL? It's such a gorgeous jacket. I love the Cossack, too.

Does anyone have a Himel jacket?
 
I have two Himel Canucks.  Himel does not offer the Canuck in Steerhide.  Rather, Himel offers his new Chinook -- also a car coat style -- in Steerhide, along with a couple of other models.
 
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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post
 
Sure! See the Canuck here:
http://instagram.com/p/yWWPsUKTys/

And Cossack here:
http://instagram.com/p/yNuoVMqT-T/

I'm not positive, but I think the prices are a bit higher than other sources. I think a Himel jacket runs around $1300-1800. Still, love those two styles.

 

The Canuck in that photo is HH.

 

Himel's Shinki HH jackets are $2,250 - $2,450.  Himel's new Steerhide jackets are $1,350 - $1,650.

 

The new Steerhide is nice.  That said, I prefer the Shinki HH. 

post #13368 of 16653
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Originally Posted by Scardones View Post
 

Here are some proper fit pics. 


cool shoulder pad detailing there from the front

post #13369 of 16653
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Originally Posted by artishard116 View Post

no leathers with buttons. ever. (or hoods)

but but but

post #13370 of 16653

I have this leather jacket but I lost the hoodie portion. Any idea on how I can go about replacing? It's just one of those fake hoodie liners inside. 

 

 

 

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You could ... you could wear a hoodie under it.
post #13372 of 16653
hoodies under leather jackets are previous level... j/k just wear a hoodie if you really want that effect. I personally prefer just the jacket.
post #13373 of 16653

@proteinnerd  @ChrisGold

 

Thanks for the help guys, waffling right now between the seal vicenza and the tumbled cordovan.  After pouring over a load a pictures I think the russet is just a bit lighter in color than what I want.  This might come down to a coin flip...

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@proteinnerd
  @ChrisGold


Thanks for the help guys, waffling right now between the seal vicenza and the tumbled cordovan.  After pouring over a load a pictures I think the russet is just a bit lighter in color than what I want.  This might come down to a coin flip...

You can't go wrong with either. To me, between the two, the question is do you want a lot of grain or a smoother jacket. Vincenza for more grain.
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You can't go wrong with either. To me, between the two, the question is do you want a lot of grain or a smoother jacket. Vincenza for more grain.

Interesting, you know I don't really have a strong prefernce towards grain vs smooth.  With this not being a riding jacket I was really starting to sway towards the Vicenza as I want a jacket that won't be too rigid and will drape a bit when broken-in.  Everything I've read makes it sound like Vicenza is the way to go if this is my end goal, otherwise I'm a sucker for Cordovan as my multiple boots suggest.

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Originally Posted by MiamiLex View Post

Interesting, you know I don't really have a strong prefernce towards grain vs smooth.  With this not being a riding jacket I was really starting to sway towards the Vicenza as I want a jacket that won't be too rigid and will drape a bit when broken-in.  Everything I've read makes it sound like Vicenza is the way to go if this is my end goal, otherwise I'm a sucker for Cordovan as my multiple boots suggest.

I sent you a PM with a couple of pics from another board that are of a tumbled cordovan, board racer. You may have seen them already.
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ML, I would definitely choose the Vicenza over the tumbled cordovan.  The Vicenza is a great hide!

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A hooded leather jacket from Rick Owens like this. Goes great with anything. Never owned it tho, too expensive for me.

 

Although I would not suggest anyone to wear these glasses to go with it! makes u look like the crzy dude from black eyed peas

post #13379 of 16653
that jacket looks bad
so does the MA+. not a fan of hooded leathers, I guess
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IMG_2430_zps8d99f2f1.jpg

What does everyone think of this?

I kind of like it, but maybe the collar area looks a bit goofy and the cuffs
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